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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 18, 1972

PageSixTHE ICHGAN AIL Tueday Janary1_8,197

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CSJ rules for return of $1500

MOVE BY 'GROUP':
Unit seeks to halt funds

BOOK SALE

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its appropriations had been vio-
lated.
A decision by the print co-op1
board to grant the funds to the
Washtenaw County Black Eco-
nomic Development Leaguel
(BEDL), Davis claimed, was in
violation of the original terms of
the grant which had called for
the establishment of a county-?
wide print co-op to be jointly
controlled by students and mem-

bers of the community. ual, to bring suit with CSJ fory
The BEDL print co-op was "any punitive violation of right."

Tues.--Wed. .$1.00 ea.
Thurs.-Fri. .....50 ea.
Saturday....:..25 ea.

new books
each day

planned to be controlled entirely The court's final decision was (Continued from Page 1)
by members of the community. made on this basis. according to its sponsors, is to
However, Goldsmith pointed out Last night's decision marked a force Council to initiate programs
that the CSJ manual for court new precedent for CSJ in that the of its own.
procedure contains no statute SGC suit was non statutory -- "Council has become primarily
against defrauding SGC. Gold- not specifically covered by CSJ's a distributor of funds to other
smith requested the case be de- statues of procedure. campus organizations", says SGC
cided on the more "limited't Controversy over the $1,500 member Marty Scott, "and as a
grounds that SGC or any, student, grant started in November when result of this role, it has alienated
student aroup or organization has! grnetrernNoebrwe- -"-

A motion- asking Hack to re-
sign was presented at a council
meeting last month by John Koza,
but the measure was subsequently
withdrawn when only four, sup-
porting votes could be mustered
on a first reading.
Support for the Steinhauer pro-
posal will come primarily from
members of the GROUP party,
who backed the original attempt
to remove Hack. Prior to their
learning of Steinhauer's intentions
GROUP members Michael Davis
and Koza said they would, sup-
port proposals aimed at remov-
ing Hack, but would not initiate
the move themselves.

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BORDERS BOOK SHOP
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the right, according to the man-

PESC's future uncertain

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(Continued from Page 1) the program.
has been set aside for "academic The meeting, however, was not
innovation." a formal hearing about PESC, nor!
PESC has requested a grant of is one planned, committee mem-
$4,600 to finance its programs dur- bers say.
ing this semester. The PtSC program may be sub-
Currently, the full costs of oper- ject to the scrutiny of other groups,
ating the program - including the however.

the print co-op board voted to do-!
nate the funds to BEDL for for-
mation of a Washtenaw County
print co-op to be operated by
community members only. The
transfer of the grant had already
been made, according to spokes-
men of American Revolutionary
Media (ARM) of which Goldman
was then a member, when SGC
decided that this allocation vio-
lated the terms of the original
grant.

a great many students.
One Council appropriation, a
source of continued controversy
on SGC, was returned last night
as CSJ voted to return SGC's
$1500 grant to the student print
co-op. Some members had ob-
jected to the way the allocation
was handled.

Sponsors of the appropriations Hack last night labelled Stein-
statement point to the defeat of haur's actions as purely political
SGC funding proposals in the last in nature and described Stein-
two council elections as evidence hauer himself as a "politically

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salaries of the non-faculty instruc- According to informed sources,j
tors-are being borne by PESC the LSA Curriculum Committee
members. may review those PESC courses
Yesterday, psychology Prof. Wil- which are taught by non-Univer-
bert McKeachie, chairman of the sity personnel.
LSA Executive Committee, told a The committee, however, rarely
meeting of the LSA faculty of an refuses to grant credit for courses.
informal meeting last week be- In addition, some PESO courses
tween the executive'committee and may be reviewed by the depart-
PESC members. ment chairmen under which the
At the meeting, executive com- course is listed. According to
mittee members asked the PESC Rhodes, no such action has been
members questions about the easi- brought to his attention as of the!
bility and advisibility of continuing, current time.{
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The grant was made in October of student disapproval of SGC b
as an emergency fund on the un- spending policy.
derstanding that printing equip- Despite the claims of the state-
ment could be purchased at a low ment's signers, opposition to the
price at that time. The motion plan has formed on both sides of
for the emergency grant was! the SGC political spectrum. Both
made by Goldman, then an SGC conservative Council member Brads
Imember. Taylor and radical Joel Silverstein
When SGC objected to the do- attacked the move calling it an
nation of the money to BEDL, essentially political ploy by
Goldman returned a check for GROUP to gain control of the
$1,500 and resigned from SGC. council.
However, A R M spokesman Opposition to the SGC admin-
George DePue, claimirrg that the istration was also expressed in
donation was completely within Steinhauer's attempt to eliminate
thG ihso h rn oo the office of administrative vice
board, stopped payment on Gold- president.
man's check. At this point SGC Although Steinhauer maintains
filed suit with CSJ for the return that his proposal is aimed solely _
of themoney at the office rather than Hack I
CSJ seized the funds and himself, he did claim Hack has
done aepoor jbhinfthespost
placed them in the print co-op done a poor job in the post.
fund account, but several hear-
ings in December failed to yield Join The Doily Staff
return of the funds.

ackward right winger."
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TUESDAY. JANUARY 18 1
.Day calendar I
Physics Seminar: R. Sard, Univ. of
Ill., "Meson Spectroscopy at Serpukhov
Using Pions of 25 and 40 Gev," P&A
Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
School of Music: D. Crawford, "Inter-
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Mus. Recital Hall, 8 pm.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
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ANNOUNCEMENT
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sm.-5 pm.; openings include counselors,
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s'iprs. & serv. staff; further details
avaIl. in ofc.; register by phone or in
person.
German- Dept.:" Make-up final exam
for German 101. 102, 231, 132. 236. on
Jan. 31 7-9 pm. Rooms to be an-
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Jan. 25 - Procter & Gainole Co. (any
major interested in a position as Con-
sumer Research Investigator), Procter
& Gamble Sales (all majors interested
in sales positions), The J. L. Hudson
Co. (B. in econ., BGS, math, psych.,
speech)
Jan. 27 - Bank of New York (any
major), The Univ. of Rochester (M. in
Soc. Wk., B. in med. tech., microbiol-
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Welcome
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Help, Run Your Boo kstore!.
Final control over operations of the University Cellar Bookstore
belongs to our Board of Directors. They are ten people appointed
as follows: six students appointed by the student government coun-
cil for two-year terms, three faculty members appointed by the
senate assembly for three-year terms, and one administrative mem-
ber appointed by President Fleming.
Three of the six student seats on the Board will soon be vacant. If
you're a student, you're eligible to fill those vacancies. If you're
interested, pick up an application at the information desk in the U
Cellar in the union basement anytime today through January 21 st.

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